The World War II B-17G bomber, “Sentimental Journey,” will be on display and available for rides and tours from Aug. 9-13, at the Lewis-Clark Air Festival in Lewiston, Idaho.
The bomber is maintained and operated as a flying museum and memorial by the all-volunteer non-profit Commemorative Air Force Arizona Wing, which is located in Mesa, Arizona at Falcon Field Airport.
“Sentimental Journey” is the most fully restored B-17 flying today, according to CAF officials, who note there are only about five B-17 Flying Fortresses still flying in the world.
Flights start at $425 per person. For reservations contact 602-448-9415 or visit the bomber at the airshow.